Matt Lamb

•1932 born in Chicago , USA

•1986 Work as free artist; first studio in Chicago

•1988 second studio in Florida

•1990 third studio at a farm in Wisconsin

•1992 Bronze Medal at Deauville Exhibition, National Federation French Culture

•1994 President of Midwest Patrons of the Arts, Vatican Museum; Director of Vatican Museum Foundation, New York;

fourth studio in Tünsdorf, Deutschland

•1996 Doctor of Humane Letters, University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis; exhibitions e.g. at Palais du Glace, Buenos Aires, and Sixth Chapel, Vatican Museum

•2000 fifth studio in Paris; Millenium Project at Westminster Cathedral

•2001 opening of the matt lamb museum in Tünsdorf / Germany

foundation of the global peace project “The Lamb Umbrellas for Peace”

•2002 opening of the matt lamb museum in Gualeguay / Argentina

opening of the matt lamb center in Kunming / China

•2003 Reception and exhibition at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, at the German Bundestag in Berlin and in both Houses of Parliament in London; Start of the European Umbrella Project

Creation of his tallest artwork: Peace Chapel “Regina pacis – Mary Queen of Peace” at the Church St. Martin in Germany

exhibitions e.g. at the Picasso Museum near Barcelona, Spain

permanent exhibitions at universities all over the word, for example at Moraine Valley College (Chicago) and Texas A&M University

opening of a matt lamb center in Bitche (France)

•2004 opening of the matt lamb museum in Horta, Spain

exhibitions e.g. at the Centre Miró near Barcelona, Spain, and at the Irish Museum, Barrahanes Catholic Church, Ireland, Venice, Canary Wharf, London / UK

further collections at universities, for example at Universidad Austral (Argentina)

Start of the South-American Umbrella Project

Foundation of the “Lamb Itinerary for Peace” in Spain, France and Germany

•2005 exhibitions and shows above others in Ireland (Castletownsend, Dublin), USA (Scottsdale / Arizona, Chicago, New York City), France (Lille, Paris), Germany (Mannheim, Tünsdorf, Saarbrücken), Spain (Valencia), Argentina (Buenos Aires, Gualeguay), Brasil (Sao Paulo), Russia (St. Petersburg)

official artist of the European Capital of Culture, Cork / Ireland

opening of the Lamb Sculpture Park for Peace in Barcelona / Spain